Animal Care and Use Program

The University of Cincinnati Animal Care and Use Program is responsible for the regulatory and veterinary oversight of all research activities that involve animals within the institution

Training Upon Request

Animal Facility Orientation & Rodent Skills Assessment

Target Audience: All researchers (and team members) working with rodents

Research Office: Animal Care and Use Program

To access any LAMS facility, all researchers must first complete LAMS and IACUC required training and be added to the IACUC protocol before LAMS will request access facility access. LAMS training includes BOTH Facility Orientation and Basic Rodent Skills Lab for Mouse and Rat Users

Multiple times/dates available. Contact LAMS Training Coordinator to schedule or visit below.
LAMS@ucmail.uc.edu, LAMS Office, Office of Research Integrity

Training Upon Request

Assigned IACUC Training Modules

Target Audience: All personnel who will work with vertebrate animals

Research Office: Animal Care and Use Program

Individuals registering for IACUC Training will in most instances be assigned one to four online training modules to complete, that accompanies the “live” training. All the assigned modules must be completed before the IACUC Office would be permitted to add any individual to the protocol. It is preferable to complete all assigned modules before coming to the “live” training session. By doing so, this will usually expedite the amount of time it will take to actually be added to the animal use protocol, providing an Addition of Personnel form is also brought to the “live” training session.

IACUC Training Coordinator, IACUC Office, Office of Research Integrity

Training Upon Request

Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) Orientation/ Training

Target Audience: All personnel who will work with vertebrate animals

Research Office: Animal Care and Use Program

Both OLAW and the USDA require proper training of all personnel who will work with vertebrate animals. At the University of Cincinnati, all personnel must attend in person Orientation prior to working with animals and online retraining every 3 years thereafter. Orientation sessions are provided on a regular monthly basis. As research staff are added to protocols, their experience is reviewed, and they must attend appropriate training before working with animals.

Occurs twice monthly: IACUC Training Schedule
IACUC Training Coordinator (IACUC.Training@uc.edu), IACUC Office, Office of Research Integrity

Training Upon Request

USDA Covered Species Training

Target Audience: All researchers (and team members) working with USDA covered species

Research Office: Animal Care and Use Program

IACUC requires LAMS general training for the USDA-covered species being utilized. Training is specific to the protocol and is customized for the procedures and techniques researchers will be performing.

To schedule additional training, please fill out a veterinary service request.
Holly Stallkamp, RVT, Veterinary Technician Supervisor, LAMS Office, Office of Research Integrity

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Contact

Mailing Address

LAMS (ML 0571)
University of Cincinnati
Medical Science Building, Suite R003
P.O. Box 670571
Cincinnati, OH 45267

Street Address

231 Albert Sabin Way
Medical Science Building, Suite R003
Cincinnati, OH 45267

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General Inquiries

Phone: 513-558-5171

E-mail: lams@ucmail.uc.edu


IACUC (ML 0572)
University of Cincinnati
University Hall, Suite 240
Cincinnati, OH 45221

University Hall, Suite 238
51 Goodman Drive
Cincinnati, OH 45221

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Phone: 513-558-5187

E-mail: iacuc@uc.edu